Driving Sales and Engagement Through Intelligent Point of Sale – Halo Dot

Modern point of sale solutions with smart value adds can make a significant difference to small business growth and customer engagement, explains Gareth Corbishley, Commercial Lead at Halo Dot. Most businesses, when faced with the point of sale (POS) conversation, get inundated by potential solutions. It’s a minefield of acronyms, lingo, and depreciating hardware. In

Carrefour Partners With Visa to Provide Customers With Online Discounts

KES 400 discount for goods worth KES 3,000 and above when customers shop on the MAF Carrefour Mobile app and pay with locally issued Visa cards The campaign will run every Tuesday for three months starting June 2023 Carrefour, owned and operated by Majid Al Futtaim in Kenya, has announced its partnership with Visa, the

Making Touchscreen Terminals Accessible to People With a Visual Impairment – Ingenico

Touchscreens are increasingly being used for payment and while they offer many benefits for users, we must ensure they are accessible for all. Martin Doherty, CSO for Northern Europe and DACH at Ingenico, shares how Ingenico found a solution alongside the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) to enable blind and partially sighted people

Challenges and Trends in Payment Security – Ingenico

Merchants need to educate themselves about where fraud and cyberthreat actors may strike next and stay current with security measures designed to protect cardholder data. Cybercrime and payment fraud have become big business. The most productive actors look for targets that will yield payment account information, data they can monetize on the dark web, companies

Time for Retail 2.0: How Android Can Help Take Retail to the Next Level

Francisco Gil, Managing Director Ingenico Iberia & Africa Markets, explores the added value that Android technology brings to the retail sector. He sets out through various examples how Android can not only help to improve the customer experience, but also generate additional revenues in sales. The covid pandemic was a challenging time for the traditional

Ingenico Acquires Phos, Extending its Offer for Merchant Payment Acceptance via Smartphone

The strategic purchase of Phos is a next step in Ingenico’s evolution towards software-driven services, following recent acquisition of Ingenico by the investment funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management (the “Apollo Funds”) in September 2022. Ingenico, the global leader in payments acceptance solutions, announces its acquisition of 100% of Phos, a leading provider

Trends Shaping Global Payment Processing in 2023

There are several exciting trends emerging that will shape the way businesses and consumers process payments worldwide  A global payment processing system is a network that enables financial institutions to process cross-border payments. It allows for currency exchange between banks and other financial institutions across borders. The system is used by businesses and individuals to

Payment Platform as a Service Gives Acquirers Agility

Benefit from one integration and one portal for estate management. If you haven’t heard about Payment Platform as a Service (PPaaS) yet, you will. To stay relevant, acquirers need to find ways to keep up with merchant demands to meet evolving consumer behaviors. The growing number of digital-centric consumers expect consistent experiences across all channels. According to  PwC

PAYM8 Launch a New SoftPOS Solution in Partnership with WIZZIT

Financial gateway service provider, PAYM8, in partnership with WIZZIT, has introduced its Tap-on-Phone SoftPOS solution.  The solution offers an innovative alternative to traditional point-of-sale devices and will give PAYM8 customers a safe, easy way to pay that can be used anywhere. The solution meets PCI (Payment Card Industry) and EMV (Europay, MasterCard, and Visa) requirements.

How Banks Can Compete in an Evolving Payments World

The right strategy and the right partners help banks modernize offerings to commercial customers securely, compliantly – and more quickly than with internal development projects. Banks and businesses have a long history of partnership. Businesses rely on banks for essential needs, such as managing accounts, opening lines of credit, and offering payment options like ACH